Image of the Day: Muting Muscle Spasms
Image of the Day: Muting Muscle Spasms
Nimodipine, a drug used to treat brain hemorrhages, alleviates spasticity in mice after spinal cord injuries.
Image of the Day: Muting Muscle Spasms
Image of the Day: Muting Muscle Spasms

Nimodipine, a drug used to treat brain hemorrhages, alleviates spasticity in mice after spinal cord injuries.

Nimodipine, a drug used to treat brain hemorrhages, alleviates spasticity in mice after spinal cord injuries.

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New Discoveries in Human Anatomy
New Discoveries in Human Anatomy
Diana Kwon | Feb 18, 2020
Using advanced microscopy and imaging techniques, scientists have revealed new parts of the human body and overturned previous misconceptions.
Infographic: The Modern Human Body
Infographic: The Modern Human Body
Diana Kwon | Feb 18, 2020
The last few years have yielded new insights into human anatomy. Explore this interactive graphic to learn about some of these discoveries.  
Why Do We Forget How to Walk on Ice?
Why Do We Forget How to Walk on Ice?
Scott Grafton | Jan 13, 2020
A new book explores the crosstalk between mind and body and how it helps humans navigate their worlds.
Image of the Day: Moth Movement
Image of the Day: Moth Movement
Emily Makowski | Jan 2, 2020
Neuronal signal timing is crucial for muscle coordination during flight.
FDA Approves Previously Rejected Muscular Dystrophy Treatment
FDA Approves Previously Rejected Muscular Dystrophy Treatment
Emily Makowski | Dec 13, 2019
The drug Vyondys 53 has met a surrogate endpoint of protein production, but there’s no clear proof it has a clinical benefit.
The Cerebellum’s Secrets: A Profile of Kamran Khodakhah
The Cerebellum’s Secrets: A Profile of Kamran Khodakhah
Anna Azvolinsky | Oct 1, 2019
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine neuroscientist has revealed surprising functions of the brain region, such as its role in the brain’s rewards circuits and in addiction.
Light-Activated Nanodevices Control Cells
Light-Activated Nanodevices Control Cells
Ruth Williams | Sep 1, 2019
DNA-coated gold nanorods enable cells to be activated by light without genetic manipulation.
Infographic: Optogenetics Without Genetic Engineering
Infographic: Optogenetics Without Genetic Engineering
Ruth Williams | Sep 1, 2019
DNA-loaded nanoparticles that respond to infrared light provide an alternative way to control cell behavior.
FDA Approves Gene Therapy for Spinal Muscular Atrophy
FDA Approves Gene Therapy for Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Ashley Yeager | May 27, 2019
At $2 million for a single dose, Novartis’s Zolgensma is the most expensive medicine to date, but still less expensive over a lifetime than another approved drug for the rare genetic disease.